Students from the Center for Global Education heading for the University of South Florida in January
Lucas Rodríguez, Diego Villena and Jamie Banda, students in the Center for Global Education (CGE) program, will be going to USF this January to spend a semester studying Business Administration there.
Our students will not only be continuing their studies at a university in the United States; they will also be participating in a cultural exchange that will contribute to their personal growth.
For the last 10 years, the CGE program has given our students the opportunity to attend U.S. and British universities without leaving Peru. The classes are taught entirely in English by a faculty made up of Peruvian and foreign instructors approved by the partner universities.
The USIL CGE offers students the possibility of earning two degrees in four years. The first is an Associate Degree from Broward College, and the second is either a Bachelor of Science in Global Business Administration from the University of South Florida or a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of London International Programmes.
“I chose this option after hearing a talk at my high school, San Ignacio de Recalde School. What I like about this program is the practical part of it: book knowledge is useless if you don’t know how to apply it.”
“I’m very interested in knowing what it’s like to study in the United States and what that experience means. It’s great to be able to attend classes here, following a curriculum from the United States. I recommend this program.”
“What I like about this program is the possibility of learning about different cultures, especially since we live in a globalized country. Universities in the United States are highly inclusive; they accept students from Peru and other parts of the world, which broadens your perspective.”